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Discussion in 'The Pub' started by Bluesuede, May 23, 2008.
Now this is just WRONG...
Not IN his car, not ON his car...but yes - WITH his car
I just posted the exactly the same thing only to then see your thread listed directly below mine. Literally only a minute between them (I've deleted it now though).
As for the article I'm a little concerned what the "Yes" arrow on the VW is for, if he's labelled bits yes or no from "experience" then that's just so much more wrong.
woohoo I just beat you then
They have an online version as well...check the comments section, supposedly one of the posters is the guy himself...
Online version here
With a Beetle? Yuck!
that is just wrong
Course now all you guys who spend hours out in your sheds tinkerin 'n fiddlin 'n polishing stuff, we're now going to wonder what you're really up to...
Most people I know freely admit they were doing some sexual in there:
"Well, I was trying to fix it, but I just f*cked it instead."
Cars, lawnmowers, VCR's... you name it.
I'd rather shag a Valiant
LOL - this has been going around everywhere.
F R E A K
He obviously has problems.
Someone should wait till he's "mid act" then start the engine .
Puts a new twist on the phrase " egg-beater "
We've all heard Volksys referred to as "pregnant rollerskates".....wonder if thats how the "pregnant" bit got there.............
What he does in the privacy of his own garage is his business.
Admitting it in public for the sake of 15 minutes of fame..............
Now when are the Lancer owners going to come out of the closet?
They just have sex with other men
I agree, Patb. Why would you open your mouth about it, if you did that stuff?
Ha, ha, what a sic c!@#$, Brings a whole new meaning to, wait for it ;
Tex & Bundy
Now we know what the people in the Mitsubishi ads really mean when they say "Love that car".
Would that be called a "blow job"?